Casino Brango is an online casino established in 2017 with games supplied by Realtime Gaming. It is operated by Anden Online N.V and is registered under the jurisdiction of Curaçao. Last Updated: June 14, 2020.
When I first got the slip to check out Casino Brango, I immediately thought of Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz shooting up the Old West in Django Unchained. This isn't a western movie though, it's a catchily named Realtime Gaming (RTG) casino run by the same people responsible for the well regarded Casino Extreme.
Casino Brango uses the same RTG software that we've seen so many times for betting sites that service Americans, of which Brango is one. If you've played at any RTG casino before, you will definitely know what to expect from the games, as they are more or less identical at every casino that uses the software. Interestingly, it appears that Brango would prefer you to play on their web-based instant play platform, as it is what is given for players to sign up with and play right away. That's not to say that there isn't the traditional Windows downloadable software available, but I had to hunt around on the site for a bit to find it, which may be a sign that it is on the way out in the longer term.
This forward thinking approach to the platform extends into the mobile zone as well. The site supports smartphone and tablet play, and there's also an Android app. The mobile platform doesn't have any bells and whistles but it is serviceable and lets you play casino games that are optimised for the smaller screen.
The game library is varied and includes slots, table games, video poker machines, parlour games, keno, and more. The table games include titles like blackjack that have several variations to them, which boosts the numbers in the library. As your would expect though, slot machines make up the majority of the games on offer, with both classic and video slots on the roster. Many of these RTG games are starting to feel their age, but there are modern games being developed to this date that have great features and presentations. An impressive amount of progressive jackpots are available on many of the games as well, with some prizes reaching into seven figures.
The banking system at Casino Brango is better than most of the others I've seen when it comes to U.S. friendly casinos. The casino accepts deposits and withdrawals through Bitcoin, eWallets, credit card, and bank transfers. Deposits made using Bitcoin are converted to U.S. Dollars while you play in the casino and then back to cryptocurrency when you withdraw. On that note I highly recommend you use Bitcoin or, if you aren't American, an eWallet if possible, as it allows for exceptionally fast payouts on winnings. This operator is one of the fastest in the industry and I can attest to having received multiple payouts from them within minutes of submission. Of course there are other withdrawal methods available, but you can expect them to take a couple of days to be completed. There is a $4000 per week withdrawal limit on winnings, but this doesn't apply to progressive jackpots, which can be paid out in a lump sum should you be so lucky.
Customer support is available around the clock using live chat, email, and telephone. The assistance I got was about average in comparison to other casinos, as the support rep picked up within a minute and was able to help me out with a few questions I had regarding the sign up bonus and withdrawal policies.
Casino Brango protects data using the standard SSL encryption technology that all responsible sites use these days. This is a good thing, as it makes sure that nobody is able to read your sensitive personal or financial data as it crosses the web.
As is typical for a RTG casino, fairness is not addressed to the level I expect to see from casinos that are licensed and regulated in tier one jurisdictions. Casino Brango does have a Curacao gaming license, but this is more a marketing gimmick that means little for players. The "regulator" in this tiny Caribbean island has proven mostly non communicative when it comes to intervening in disputes and/or regulating rogue casinos, so as always we caution that a Curacao license should be ignored in considering the bona fides of a casino. Nor does the casino published any RTP numbers for its games or any audited results to prove that the games are fair. This is all typical of RTG casinos servicing American players so all I can really look at is the track record of the operator when assessing their trustworthiness. In that respect they have proven to be reliable in several years they have been running Casino Extreme.
Responsible gaming is given a brief mention on the casino's website, with only a tad bit of info available. I think this could be fleshed out better with more information offered on identifying and fighting gambling addiction. There is no way to manually set limits on your activity at the site yourself, but you can request a deposit limit by contacting the casino's pit boss via live chat or email.
If you're looking for a nice new RTG casino to wager at, Casino Brango is a good one to consider. While the games are the same as all the other RTG casinos, its operator has an excellent track record for good service and a commitment to paying electronic withdrawals faster than just about anyone else.
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